Plasticstoday The Atlantic recently published an interesting article that went behind the scenes with San Francisco’s “first-of-its-kind” trash monitoring and neighborhood outreach program. Part of the crew’s job, according to the article, is to track waste and ensure that citizens are throwing the trash in the correct bin. The city’s residents are required by law to separate their waste into three colored bins – compost, recycling and landfill. read more
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